I’m a hair pro, you’ve been towel drying your hair all wrong & what you’re doing will cause damage | The Sun

I’m a hair pro, you’ve been towel drying your hair all wrong & what you’re doing will cause damage | The Sun

WHEN you come out of the shower after washing your hair and reach for a towel to dry it, how do you go about it?

Because a hair guru has revealed that most people are doing it totally wrong – and it could be causing their locks serious damage.

Freelance hairdresser Rachel Valentine, who can be found on TikTok at @rachelvalentinehair, uploaded a video on the social media site where she demonstrated the wrong technique.

However, she was quick to show her simple adjustment and how easy it is to do it yourself.

At the beginning of the clip, Rachel, who titled her post  “Are you towel drying correctly”, showed herself aggressively rubbing strands of her hair in between the towel.

She then explained: “If you get out of the shower and you towel dry your hair like this, you need to stop.

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“Towel drying like that is going to cause so many knots and is going to cause your hair to damage and frizz.”

Rachel then showed how you should switch up your technique.

As she recorded herself gently squeezing the excess liquid out of her mid lengths, she continued to explain what she was doing.

Rachel said: “Instead, get your towel, or microfibre cloth or t-shirt or whatever you use and squeeze your hair.”

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As her followers thanked her for the tip, others also offered up some other alternatives to ensuring your hair is dry but not damaged.

One wrote: “I use a hair towel.”

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A second was in agreement as they said: “Or use a hair turban.”

While a third simply commented: “Tell them!!!”

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